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Red Wine

Oh yes. Red Wine. Now we're talking. There really isn't anything short of a sherry-casked speysider knocking 40 years of age that can top the intense and completely sense-overwhelming effect of taking just a sip of some of the world's best red wines. From Subtle Old World gems, to the arrogant New World upstarts that regularly un-perch them. We adore them all.

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This is a 2009 vintage Douro blend from Portuguese winery Quinta do Crasto. It will aged well for between 5 and 10 years.  More info
$40.06
An old-fashioned Bordeaux from Château Pichon-Longueville, this 2008 vintage is a very nicely balanced Pauillac. Highly recommended.  More info
$27.29
A complex, incredibly dry Cabernet Sauvignon from South Africa's Thelema winery, this 2008 vintage will age nicely for five to ten years.  More info
$40.06
Ninquen Antu Syrah 2009
(75cl, 14.50%)
Ninquén translates as 'plateau on a mountain' and the Ninquen Antu Syrah is from a mountain estate in Chile where the grapes are hand-harvested.  More info
$23.88
Made by Carlos Pulenta, Tomero Petit Verdot Reserva 2010 comes from the cool climate of Valle de Uco. A lovely wine, even when young - juicy and slightly herbal. Will improve with a few years of...  More info
$27.29
This is a Portuguese red wine from the Douro region made with a blend of local grape varieties. The estate was established in 1816 by the heir to the Portuguese crown at the time.  More info
$23.88
This is the second wine of the legendary Super-Tuscan wine producer Ornellaia that gained 92 points from Robert Parker.  More info
$68.25
Still a fairly young Barolo, made with the Nebbiolo grape of course. This is a great value Barolo for pairing with a rich, meaty pasta sauce. This wine can be laid down for quite some time if desired.  More info
$52.69
This is an Italian red from the Friuli region made in a Bordeaux blend style with ripe red fruit and spice flavours.  More info
$35.82
This is an organic smooth-drinking French regional wine made from Merlot and the Cabernet Franc grapes.  More info
$22.17
This Fleurie from the Beajolais region is made from the Gamay grape and is a light style of red wine that can even be moderately chilled.  More info
$27.29
This South African Pinot Noir, from Bouchard Finlayson, is bottled from the excellent 2010 harvest. The winemaker was surprised at this as it has tended to be odd years that have been the best...  More info
$51.82
Cape Chamonix Rouge 2008
(75cl, 13.50%)
This is a great value South African red wine made from a Bordeaux blend of grapes.  More info
$20.22
Felton Road is based in Bannockburn in New Zealand and are famous for their Pinot Noirs. Their success is especially impressive considering that they were only established in 1997.  More info
$68.93
This is a 2011 vintage New Zealand pinot noir from the Central Ontago winery of Felton Road. Felton Road was opened by Nigel Greening. Nigel moved to New Zealand to indulge in his love of pinot noir...  More info
$58.11
Dog Point was founded by James Healy and Ivan Sutherland, who both previously worked at Cloudy Bay, in 2003. They harvest old vines and take a minimalist approach to winemaking, using naturally...  More info
$50.88
This is a full-bodied Chilean red made from the Camenere and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. This is still relatively young but its acidity is especially pleasing. This will complement a hearty Argentinian...  More info
$27.44
Noon Eclipse 2008
(75cl, 15.50%)
Robert Parker gave this red wine from McLaren Vale, Australia, an impressive 94 points. The wine is a blend of old vine Grenache and Shiraz with some Estate Cabernet and Bush Vine Graciano.  More info
$65.33
John Duval Plexus 2008
(75cl, 14.50%)
The Plexus is a Rhone-style blend made by John Duval in Australia's Barossa Valley. He uses a blend of 48% Shiraz, 31% Grenache and 21% Mourvedre in this Chateauneuf du Pape style wine and was 100%...  More info
$52.69
This Shiraz hails from Victoria, Australia, and was awarded 94 points by James Halliday for his Wine Companion.  More info
$38.26
This is a delicious rich Shiraz from this iconic Australian winery with a 2% proportion of Tempranillo to flesh the wine out.  More info
$38.26
This McLaren Vale Cabernet Sauvignon is made in an easy-drinking lunch style and named after the slang name for gin 'Mother's Ruin' which was drunk in vast quantities in the 1900s. The grapes were...  More info
$31.05
This is a 50:50 blend of Shiraz and Monastrell (Spanish for Mouvredre) hence the name 'Half and Half', from the First Drop winery in Barossa, Australia.  More info
$31.05
This Argentinian red wine is from Mendoza and is made from a blend of 70% Malbec, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Cabernet Franc and is fermented using indigenous yeasts and is aged for 22 months in...  More info
$63.52
Hugo and Eduardo Pulenta mastered the art of making wine from the Malbec grape, not ones to be idle they are now turning their hands to Cabernet Sauvignon with resounding success.  More info
$22.03
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